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Podcast: Rat infested flat near Deal making woman’s life a misery

A woman has described how a rat infestation in her flat near Deal is making her life a misery.

Marilyn Nolan says the rodents are keeping her up at night and chew on the carpet.

She’s urging the council to do more. Hear what Marilyn had to say to our reporter and we’ve got a response from the local authority.

Also in today’s podcast, we’ve been told how children in parts of Thanet are having to sleep on the floor or share a bed with their parents, because they haven’t got furniture of their own.

Now a charity has been given £5,000 to provide beds for low-income families. We’ve been speaking to the chief executive of the Thanet Iceberg Project.

The people in charge of the air ambulance that covers Kent have revealed how they could use drone technology in the future to get defibrillators to patients.

There’s some positive news from the boss of Britain’s oldest brewery based in Faversham.

Figures show how Shepherd Neame have bounced back following the pandemic.

We have a warning from Kent Fire and Rescue when it comes to trying to save money but keep our homes warm this winter.

And, hear from the 86-year-old man whose life was saved thanks to newsagents in Maidstone.

The managed to get emergency services to Cyril Bailey who was suffering a heart attack – he’s now spoken to the podcast to say thank you.